HYATTSVILLE, MD – The Hyattsville CDC completed its installation of three vibrant sculptures along the Rhode Island Avenue Trolley Trail to enhance the experience of cyclists and pedestrians enjoying this […]Read more
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The Trolley Trail sculptural wayfinding kiosks were fabricated by Independent Custom Metalworks (ICM) of Bladensburg, MD. 3 kiosks are now complete and have been installed at Campus Dr in College Park, […]Read more
The Hyattsville CDC thanks the Redevelopment Authority of Prince George’s County for its award of $50,000 to Install Artworks at the Northwest Branch Stream Valley Trail and along the Rhode […]Read more
The ARTways: Trail Signage Project is nearing completion for 2017! Three sites have been chosen for installation along the Rhode Island Avenue Trolley Trail: Campus Dr in College Park, Queensbury […]Read more
The Charles Bergen-led team of Bergen, Bailey and Cherkasky have been selected via open competition to create this Sculptural Wayfinding Signage Project for the Rhode Island Trolley Trail. The signage […]Read more
9/28/2016 – Hyattsville, MD – The Hyattsville CDC is pleased to announce that the artist team, led by Charles Bergen, was selected as the final design after a competitive jurying […]Read more
The Hyattsville CDC is nearing the completion of installing newly built sculptural signage kiosks along trails in our area to promote trail usage, connectivity between local commercial centers, and increase […]Read more